Our goal is to help each individual discover what works for them and develop a life-long interest in fitness, nutrition, and well-being.
Whether a child dreams of playing elite rugby or netball for their country, or finds their physical fulfillment through rock-climbing or sailing, we will offer the time, support and facilities to ensure that each and every pupil discovers their inner athlete.
Our extensive grounds, award-winning sports provision, and close relationship with some of Wales’s finest sporting clubs, coupled with our location on the doorstep of Snowdonia’s mountains, the beaches, and the Irish Sea, enable us to offer an outstanding package in physical education.
Sport in the curriculum for Years 5-9 includes three timetabled lessons a week of PE and sport, giving every child the opportunity to try out rugby and soccer (boys), netball and tag rugby (girls), cross country, athletics, tennis, cricket, swimming, functional movement, badminton, golf, and even ultimate frisbee. Outdoor Education is in addition to this. Years 10 and 11 also have three timetabled sports lessons a week, where they develop these skills and interests further. Although sport is optional in the Sixth Form, most pupils will take part in numerous sports, exercise classes, and outdoor pursuits.
In addition, many activity-session options are sports-related, allowing pupils to try a new sport or develop a deeper understanding of a sport. Across sport, activities, and outdoor education a pupil can include over 15 hours of physical activity into their school week.
If pupils have an interest in a sport or activity which we do not currently offer, we can usually accommodate them through our wide network of links with local clubs and coaches.